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Dark Hearts of Chicago

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Dark Hearts of Chicago by William Horwood
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This dark and exciting historical thriller, set in nineteenth-century Chicago, marks the collaborative debut of two remarkable and well established British talents, the novelist William Horwood and the historian Helen Rappaport. When young, inexperienced but very ambitious female reporter, Emily Strauss, blags her way into newspaper magnate Joseph Pulitzer's office, she comes away with a treacherous assignment: to discover what happened to Anna Zemeckis, one of many women who have disappeared during the 1893 World's Fair. With the support of a young man who is just venturing into the burgeoning trade of news photography, Emily soon finds herself in a race against time to save Anna's life and to bring her story back to New York before Pulitzer's tough deadline expires. Chicago is a place of dangerous contrasts. Among all the glitz and razzmatazz of the Fair itself and the spectacular wealth and influence of a new middle class elite, Emily comes face to face with rival ethnic groups, the sinister underworld of pornography and prostitution, as well as the ruthless meatpacking giants of the Union Stock Yard, who control the lives and destinies of so many of Chicago's immigrant poor.

Author Biography

Former Fleet Street feature editor William Horwood has written a succession of best-selling novels in the fantasy genre since Arrow published his Duncton chronicles in the 1980s. Helen Rappaport has specialised in nineteenth- and twentieth-century history since the 1990s with several major reference works on subjects ranging from Queen Victoria to Joseph Stalin. When William and Helen met online in 2004 their complementary skills made a literary collaboration around an historical thriller seem inevitable...
Release date NZ
April 5th, 2007
Country of Publication
United Kingdom
Imprint
Hutchinson
Pages
640
Dimensions
161x241x50
ISBN-13
9780091796532
Product ID
1659116

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